The following stories are part of the print version of Occupational Hazards' construction supplement.
Just like a carpenter needs a hammer, construction workers should consider personal equipment to be necessary tools for their jobs. Is PPE fundamental to your construction safety program. Click here to read more. www.occupationalhazards.com/news/news_loader.asp?articleID=42322
Lessons Learned From a Fatality
by William H. Kincaid, P.E., CSP
Don't let history repeat itself. A former OSHA investigator pinpoints easily overlooked steps that could have deadly consequences.Click here to read. www.occupationalhazards.com/news/news_loader.asp?articleID=42320
Danger in Both Directions
by Regina McMichael, CSP
Road construction workers face life-threatening hazards from inside and outside the "hot zone." To help reduce fatalities, companies should take steps to guard their employees from moving equipment and traffic. Click here to find out how. www.occupationalhazards.com/news/news_loader.asp?articleID=42321